Cybercriminals recreate Cobalt Strike in Linux

A re-implementation of Cobalt Strike has been “written from scratch” to attack Linux systems. Cobalt Strike is a legitimate penetration testing tool for Windows systems. Released in 2012, the tool has been constantly abused by threat actors including advanced persistent threat (APT) groups such as Cozy Bear and campaigns designed to spread Trickbot and the Qbot/Qakbot banking Trojan. .

Link: Cybercriminals recreate Cobalt Strike in Linux

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